WestJet launches Aruba flights

Aruba has become WestJet’s 30th sun destination with the launch of non-stop, seasonal flight from Toronto’s Pearson International airport today. John MacLeod, vice-president, network management and alliances for WestJet, commented: “Without a doubt, Aruba is one of the most beautiful and culturally fascinating islands in the Caribbean. With an average daily temperature of about 30 degrees, clear skies and cooling trade winds, the climate is perfect for a vacation at any time of the year. Aruba is our 30th sun destination available to Canadians on a non-stop basis from Toronto Pearson – another milestone in the continuing growth of WestJet from Canada’s largest airport.” The carrier will operate its Toronto to Aruba service once weekly on Sundays. One-way fares are priced from $229 plus applicable fees and complete information is available at . Aruba is the latest WestJet destination served non-stop from Toronto Pearson. Other destinations include Kingston, Montego Bay, San Juan, Cancun, Holguin, Varadero, Nassau, Cozumel, Miami, Tampa, Turks and Caicos, and St. Maarten. Aruba is one of five new destinations the airline is launching as part of its 2012 summer schedule. As well, WestJet Vacations offers packages to Aruba for seven nights with rates starting from $699 plus applicable fees, taxes and surcharges. Details are available at .

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